The Cessna Caravan 208 is a single engine turbo prop aircraft which began production in 1982 by Cessna. Below you will find details for the Cessna Caravan such as aircraft pricing, example hourly rates, cabin configuration, and aircraft performance specifications.
The Cessna Caravan 208 is an excellent aircraft to buy, or simply rent for your on-demand charter flights. If you are interested in a quote to book your charter flight, purchasing a Cessna Caravan 208 for sale, or you need assistance with selling or managing your current aircraft, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Pricing & Performance
*Avg. Hourly Rate: $1,125
Original MSRP: $2.02 Million
Avg. Cruising Speed: 182 knots
Maximum Range (NM): 1,000
Typical Seating Configuration: 8
Maximum Possible Seating: 13
Interior Cabin Height: 4’6″
Interior Cabin Length: 12’9” – 17’4″
Interior Cabin Width: 5’4”
Total Baggage Space: 32 cu ft.
Bathroom Specs: May/May not have lavatory depending on seating configuration
Amenities: Possible Cargo Pod Under Aircraft Belly
More Information | Cessna Caravan & C208
This Cessna Caravan is extremely versatile. This aircraft type can be configured as a commuter aircraft, executive aircraft, seaplane, or for cargo. Depending on the configuration the plane may or may not have a lav (potty seat).
The Cessna Grand Caravan Single Engine Turbo Prop can be flown as a single pilot configuration, or with two pilots. The Air Charter Advisors always recommends using a two pilot configuration no matter what may be required, as this can only add safety to your flight.
The Cessna Caravan C208 and Grand Caravan are considered some of the most economical single engine aircraft for charter and for sale. They are turbo prop planes so they are reliable and faster than most pistons, and can be chartered for an average rate of $1,125 per.
This turbo-prop is best for shorter flights and are often used for hops between islands such as the Bahamas and Puerto Rico as they can land on short runways.
The Grand Caravan has a terrific baggage compartment specs when including the cargo pod belly, and offers great performance for a single engine aircraft. Since this aircraft is so reliable and cost effective to charter, there are some operators who have upgraded their aircraft to seaplanes (amphibious) and have floats to land on the water or on a runway.
Please Note: The pictures shown above are examples only. The aircraft age, interior and exterior colors along with seating layout/materials, specifications, and dimensions may vary between aircraft.
*The rates displayed on our website may not include crew charges, ramp, hangar, FBO, overnights, daily minimums, taxes, international fees, catering, ground transport, or de-icing. If you would like an accurate quote, please call or email.